Borough President Eric Adams shared his vision for rezoning Crown Heights at a community meeting Friday.
A Friday night forum on rezoning in Crown Heights was moved to 836 Franklin Ave.
The Friday evening forum excludes Jews observing Shabbat and weekend travelers, residents say.
The property is a portion of a larger lot bought for $7.5 million in 2008.
The plan would create 80,000 new units through mixed-income models and preserve 120,000 units.
A former auto parts warehouse will become a shared workspace for light manufacturers in Crown Heights.
The rezoning plan was overwhelmingly approved Tuesday by the full City Council.
A new café on the first floor of the owners' home is a hub for art and activism.
The dramatic rezoning was unanimously approved despite vocal community opposition.
Lawmakers voiced their concerns over the plan just approved by the City Planning Commission.
Community Board 4 denied their vote was closed and noted the borough president also approved the plan.
Community Board 1 rejected the waterfront towers plans unless additional units become affordable.
Stephen Pierson, running for the 33rd District City Council seat, said he'll go to court if elected.
Bushwick Community Board 4 may have to revote on a giant rezoning, City Council Member Diana Reyna said.
More than 100 members of the Hotel and Motel Trades Council showed up at the standing-room-only meeting.
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